St. Catherine’s Special School provides education for pupils who have Moderate General Learning Disability, Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Severe and Profound General Learning Disability. Many of the pupils also have Emotional and Behavioural Disabilities, Physical Disabilities and complex health and medical needs. The children range in age from 3 years to 18 years. Currently 100 children from north and south Wicklow attend the school on a daily basis. St. Catherine’s Special School is located between Newtownmountkennedy and Newcastle in County Wicklow.
Denis O’Connor, chairman of Bray Wanderers FC praises the work of St Catherine’s Special School in Newcastle, Wicklow. ‘We are delighted to be associated with such an energetic charity and look forward to both raising its profile and funding where possible,’ he says.
Teresa Smith, principal at St. Catherine’s Special School welcomes the partnership with Bray Wanderers FC.
‘We are dedicated to providing a happy, safe environment where high quality teaching and learning takes place. We value our partnership with parents and guardians and have a strong relationship with our local community. Partnering directly with the Seagulls will be a part of our community involvement and we look forward to supporting and watching the team play in the next season,’ she says.
For more information, please visit www.stcatherinesspecialschool.ie